Students Against Melanoma (SAM) Club Annual SAMposium™
A Fun and Engaging 3-Hour Sun Safety Training/Awareness Event
Saturday, September 24, 2016
11am – 2pm at The Palm Beach Post*
Dear SAM Presidents, SAM teacher/sponsors, Medical Magnet Teachers, Principals, School District Faculty, Wellness Champions, and the Wellness Promotion Task Force.
The third annual SAMposium™, the Foundation’s successful presentation, brings another dimension to our peer-based sun safety program. SAM Club students from all over the county, will gather together for a lively and educational forum, as well as have the opportunity to be engaged with like- minded- students who wish to make a difference in their schools and communities.
A learning experience for all, as the Foundation has the honor and pleasure to have in attendance, Dr. Vidya S. Rajpara, a Physician from Palm Beach Gardens Dermatology and Dan Sheehan, a local resident and melanoma survivor. All have helped to create and coordinate the agenda, along with Executive Director Lisa Richman and Dr. John Kinney, for a three-hour event, in which students will receive:
• 3-Hour Community Service Credits and Certificate
• Sun Safety Education and Awareness Packet
• Interactive Breakout Sessions and Brainstorming for SAM
Meet New Friends! Earn Community Service! Learn! Have Fun!
CLUB MEMBER ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED.
All middle and high school students are welcome and encouraged to attend, as this education is life-saving and will help empower them to make critical sun safe choices for a healthy life!
Please post this information on school websites, your social media channels, and forward on to all the appropriate teaching staff.
Space is limited to 125 students, so be quick to reserve by
September 21st, please call: 561-655-9655 or Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Fill in this form, today!
For programs and resources: www.melanomafoundation.com
2751 South Dixie Highway – West Palm Beach, FL 33405
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Homecoming with an important message:
Thanks to Teacher Tania Martinez, and the Students Against Melanoma Club at John I. Leonard High School, WPB, FL.
This engaging club choose Sun Safety as their homecoming theme, to share the important message of “Love the Skin YOU are In”! Start a club in your school, and save lives. Visit our website: http://melanomafoundation.com, and find out more.
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